## Engage NY Eureka Math 4th Grade Module 1 Mid Module Assessment Answer Key

Question 1.

a. Arrange the following numbers in order from least to greatest:

Answer:

4,450 44,500 504,054 505,045

Explanation:

The following numbers are arranged from least to greatest place value chart

b. Use the words ten times to tell how you ordered the two smallest numbers using words, pictures, or numbers.

Answer:

4,450 and 44,500 are the smallest numbers

44,500 is ten times more than 4,450.

Explanation:

ten times more of thousand is ten thousand

Question 2.

Compare using >, <, or =. Write your answer inside the circle.

a. 1 hundred thousand 10,000

b. 200 thousands 4 hundreds 204,000

c. 7 hundreds + 4 thousands + 27 ones 6 thousands + 4 hundreds

d. 1,000,000 10 hundred thousands

Answer:

Explanation:

a . 1 hundred thousand is represented as 100,000. which is ten times more than 10,000. So, 100,000 > 10,000.

b. 200 thousands 4 hundreds = 200,400 . 204,00 is 200 thousands 4 thousand.

4 thousand is 10 times more than 4 hundred. So, 204,000 is greater than 200,400.

c. 7 hundreds + 4 thousands + 27 ones 6 thousands + 4 hundreds

700 + 4,000 + 27 = 4,727** <** 6,000 + 400 = 6,400

So on comparing 6 thousand is more than 4 thousand.

d. 1,000,000 is represented as 1 million or 10 hundred thousands and the other number is 10 hundred thousands. So, both are same .

Question 3.

The football stadium at Louisiana State University (LSU) has a seating capacity of 92,542.

a. According to the 2010 census, the population of San Jose, CA, was approximately ten times the amount of people that LSU’s stadium can seat. What was the population of San Jose in 2010?

Answer:

The seating capacity of Louisiana state university = 92,542

The population of San Jose in 2010 = 925,420 population.

Explanation:

given :

seating capacity of LSU = 92,542. the highest place value of the value is ten thousand. ten times the highest place value is hundred thousand. Ten times 92,542 is 925,420.

b. Write the seating capacity of the LSU stadium in words and in expanded form.

Answer:

92,542 in words = ninety two thousand five hundred forty two.

expanded form = 90,000 + 2,000 + 500 + 40 + 2.

c. Draw two separate number lines to round the LSU stadium’s seating capacity to the nearest ten thousand and to the nearest thousand.

Answer:

d. Compare the stadium’s seating rounded to the nearest ten thousand and the seating rounded to the nearest thousand using >, <, or =.

Answer:

e. Which estimate (rounding to the nearest ten thousand or nearest thousand) is more accurate? Use words and numbers to explain.

Answer: